I can't believe it! I had set 30 eggs in my Brower(17 wellsummer, 8 oegb, and 5 mixed of EE and BCM). These eggs came OUT of my refridgerator, where they had been stored for OVER a week. I came back from vacation and thought "hey why not give it a try" this was a second attempt at hatching, the first from shipped eggs all failed. I figured it couldn't be any worse of odds. Well little did I know. The light burned out on the incubator at a round day 12. When we discovered it, the temp was 80 then we lost power day 17 for a few hours during the night By this point I told the kids the odds are really against us now. I took them off the turner on day 19 and upped the humidity. I know it should have been 18 but I figured with the outages it would delay things. NOT! Yesterday (day 20) we got a pip, "huh" today should be 21. What in the world....then another pip. I didn't think they would make it. Then all of a sudden a third egg pipped(with blood showing on the shell), zipped and was fluttering around the bator in less than 30 minutes(I didn't think it would make it because of the blood). I figure it HAS to be a roo, and lord is it big. Chick number 2 decided to join its buddy in the world, it came out with a comb. We hope it grows into it someday lol. Woke up this morning chick one is out and 5 more wellie pips, 1 oegb and one green egg pipped. These eggs had huge odds against them, came from the fridge and were over a week old in there, and 2 serious temperature drops. I didn't even set up the brooder this time because I didn't want to be disappointed again. So now I have 3 little peeps running around the bator cheering everyone else on. I will update with the hatchings and pics later. So it just goes to show you, don't loose hope even when the deck is stacked against you.